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Dealing with Eco-Anxiety
Do you talk about climate change? We do! And we draw cartoons! If you missed it, here’s the presentation!
We even got cathartic with a few cartoons, drawing what we loved most about this earth, and reflecting on what climate change held in store for all that we cherished:
For me, diving deep into drawing climate cartoons was a helpful temporary step in dealing with my eco-anxiety, but it was really starting on everyday eco actions that gave me back some feeling of empowerment, some feeling of taking control back. And, don’t let anyone tell you little actions don’t count! Research shows that it doesadd up (as shown in the presentation above).
What a lovely evening spent sharing stories about eco-anxiety, with people passionate about the soil, growing food, eating well, nature, design and storytelling.
Thanks to Foodscape Collective, Nong at Hort Park and all those who participated – Huiying, Nithiya, Qinghui, Evon, Hangchong, Bala, Stephanie, Chee Meng, Chun Yeow, Daniel and more!
Do you feel eco-anxious too? Can you share your tips for dealing with it?